WEBSITE REVAMP

by Author | August 5th, 2011

Hi troops, this is just a quick State of the Nation. First of all, can I say a huge thank you to the 817 visitors who come back to this site every week to check on my latest updates; it’s great to have such a large bunch of regular visitors amongst the 4,500 who have accessed this site since it was established just over a year ago.

I am slightly taken aback by how popular it has become and the fact that it is now a part of my daily work routine, along with writing and researching new novels. Over the course of the next couple of weeks, the website will be revamped to reflect the fact that it is now the home of, not just Seelowe Nord, but Thunder in May too, and will eventually be the home of the subsequent novels in what I am now starting to unofficially refer to as my ‘Finest Hour Series’.

While the new website is being put together, this one will remain in place. Hopefully, the transition to the new-look site will be seamless and the web address will remain the same www.seelowe-nord.co.uk , so there will be no need to worry about us disappearing off the radar! One of the first things that you will see on the new site, apart from some more Dunkirk/Thunder in May photos, is (hopefully) a Seelowe Nord documentary. I am going off to film it in a couple of weeks and will get it online as soon as I can.

In the meantime, enjoy the summer and as ever, keep low and move fast!

AJ

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Seelöwe Nord is the online home of Andy Johnson, a war fiction novelist. Seelöwe Nord is a war novel that tells the alternative history of Operation Sealion, the proposed German invasion of Britain in 1940. Followed by Thunder in May, and the recently released Crucible of Fate, the trilogy of War Fiction remains a popular read within the genre.

Andy has also started to publish small Leadership and Management Booklets drawing from his extensive experience across many sectors and industries, both military and civilian, the first of which is entitled Captains of the Gate and is now available for download on eReaders directly from Amazon.